Some immigrants may have difficulty in adapting to Canada’s Westernized ways, which promote individual freedoms over collective responsibilities. Individuals — both men and women — have the right to choose their careers, spouses and other life choices.
While Canada promotes multiculturalism, and respects immigrants’ rights to practice their own culture, religion and language, repeated studies have shown that Canadians want immigrants to also adapt to Western ways, from learning the primary language (e.g., English) to allowing freedom of choice for women and adult children.
Once you have landed, you will quickly adapt to the new country and will learn and adapt to its ways. Keep an open mind and you will be surprised how easy it will be to adapt.